The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 18, 1944 · Page 3
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.DeMolay Officers Installed at West Side Ceremonies TAFT, Oct. 18.—Impressive ceremonies marked the installation of officers at the DeMolay meeting this week at the Masonic temple. Officers installed were: Milton Nin- kovich, master councilor; Bill Christenson, senior councilor; Donald Burklo, Junior councilor; Jack Sigel, senior deacon; Bob Wood, junior deacon; Vincent Harper, senior steward; Floyd Van Epps, junior steward; Jimmy Baker, orator; Richard Shaw, scribe; Johnny Springer, chaplain; Leland Newton, marshal; Rodney -.Napoleon, standard bearer; Henry Steward, almoner; Jerry Hayes, Robert King, Eddie Davenport, J. T. Herrod, Irving Freeman and Jimmy Cash, the six preceptors. » The Installing officer was Ted Ruwciiffo, assisted by Eugene M. Johnston, Fred Topel and George Houch. Receiving special tribute during the evening were the master councilor's mother, Mrs. Gus Ninkovich, chairman of the DoMolay Mother Club; Miss Juanita Schaef, current^ queen of the DeMolays; George Miller, past master councillor; Mis Martha Miller, pianist; Kennetl Skeen and John Howes. John Howes was presented with a gift from the organization In appre elation of his work and co-operation and Mrs. Ninkovich presented gifts to Miss Schaef and to George Mille on behalf of the Mothers Club. Refreshments were served after the meeting by Mrs. Ford Newton nnd her committee, which includes Mrs. Hay Burklo, Mrs. Lewis Napo loon, Mrs. Burton Miller and Miss Xinkovich. Dancing followed. McFarland Students Will Presort Play "Senior Prom," a romantic comedy, has been selected for presentation November 19 by the Dramatics Club of McFarland High School, It was announced by Miss Harriett Knoblock, drama coach. Following recent tryouts, during which several faculty members acted as judges, the members of the cast selected are: Mary Megginson, "Susan"; Loudene Nevvby, "Rheta"; Mable Holloway, "Joyce"; Jo Belle Brewer, "Greta"; Mona Cowart, "Jcrrie"; Evelyn Lindley, "Martha"; Beverly Bowman, "Aunt Fanny"; Buster McKanna, "Jed"; AVa.Vnn Knell, "Phil"; Wayne Carter, "Steve"; and Jerry Davis, "Carl." Miss Barbara Taylor has been ahosen as student director with Mar- Tin Peters as assistant. Fashion Show Held by South Fork Club WELDON, Oct. 18.—-A successfu fall fashion show was staged by the South Fork Woman's Club at the club hall In Weldon on last week On a stage decorated In the fall motif, styles from the Charleen Shops of Bakersfleld and Weldon were shown under the direction of Mrs. Ed Chappell of Weldon and Mrs. Charlotte Mouliott of Bakersfield. Mrs. Stanley Smith of Onyx serving as master of ceremonies introduced the models and the entertainment numbers which were Interspersed in the program. These numbers included accordion numbers by Mrs. Smith. Incidental music for the show was played by Mrs. Phil Hand at the piano. Light refreshments were served during the show. Mrs. Chappell served as chairman on arrangements. Other members of the committee included, Mrs. Evelyn Chappell and Mrs. Alvln Theobald for entertainment, Miss Joyce Smith and Misa Sophie Gardner for programs, and Mrs. Francis Alexander for refreshments. MCFARLAND p. T. A. TO MEET MCFARLAND, Oct. is.—McFar- and P. T. A. will meet October 20 at 2:30 p. m. in the Community hall, with Guy Jaggard of Bakersfield High School speaking on "Intelligent Voting." NEW JSSSm POWDER MILDLY MIDICATIO AMAZINGLY SUCCESSFUL FOR IATH, CHAFED SKIN, BABY. SUNBURN! At lait-a Talcum untikt any othtryou'vt ever tried I Fragrant, new Ail-Purpose Cuticura Talcum! Use after shower, to end body odor fear, on sunburn, chafed ikin, minor raihei. after shaving—soothes, promptly htlts ntitvi irritation. Buy new Cuticura today! Only 25< Profit Sharing and Pension Plans T?MPLOY£RS have long desired to sustain the -I—J unity, cooperation, and loyalty of their employees through a profit sharing or retirement pension plan created for their benefit Such plans are encouraged by the Federal Government under the Internal Revenue Act, which provides for substantial income tax benefits on account of the employers' contributions to such plans. Bank of America has a timely booklet which briefly deals with the subject. There is no obligation in writing for a copy. Address your request to the Trust Department Invest In War Bonds and held them until maturity Hftmtk 0f America NATIONAL JftftVos* ASSOCIATION Member Federal Depotit Iniunnce Corporation • Member Federal Reserve Sytleai TUB BANK OFFERS THE MOST EXTENSIVE TRUST SERVICE M CMJFOmW An Invitation to Turkey Growers We cordially invite you and your families lo the grand opening of our new plant at Turlock on Saturday, October 21,1944. An educational program featuring authorities on turkey problems will start at 10 A. M. Light lunch at noon. Program resumes at 2, followed by open house till 9 P. M. Plant will be in operation in the afternoon. Representatives of eastern supply houses assure us that this plant, with is new automatic picking machine, new scalding tank, and iloor space for 175 pickers, is the "finest and largest" in the United Stales. Our capacity is 8000 turkeys a day. CHRISTOFFERSEN POULTRY, EGG AND FEED MARKET Fifth and C Streets, Turlock, Calif. Camp Owens Praised by Los Prietos Group KRRXVILLK. Oct. ]S.—Management and administration of Camp Krwin W. Owen, Kern county H juvenile, forestry camp, came In for I high praise recently when It was ! announced that the officials In charge of the creation and operation of the Los Prietos Boya' Camp for Santa Barbara and Ventura counties had taken over the methods employed at Camp Owen as the most satisfactory after a period of experimentation with various means of administration. William P. Gunnerson, chief probation officer of Santa Barbara county, Is now visit Ing at Camp Owen to complete his survey of methods of operation. Ac cornpanying him on recent visits to the Kern county camp were Chairman B. Stewart of the Santa Barbara Board of Supervisors and Superintendent Harold Erlckson of LOH Prietos Boys' Camp. Mr. Krickson stated that the newly established camp was curing for 20 boya as compared with approximately 65 now resident at Camp Owen. Superintendent William Stewnrt of Camp Owen showed the visiting officials around the camp and explained the policies of management he Is carrying out under County Probation Officer L. G. Taggart and the Kern County Juvenile Court. Dr. Krusick Speaks at Fellows Meeting FELLOWS, Oct. 18.—Midway Par ent-Teacher Association held its first fall meeting in the school auditorium recently with Dr. Georgia Krusick. of the Kern county department of public health, as speaker. Mrs. L. Blakley was elected to the office of president and reports were heard from chairmen of the execu live board. A group of students gave an exhibition of folk dancing under the direction of Miss A. Adams. Eighth grade room mothers, Mesdames A. A. Husband, Glen Grlffeath and Fenton Campbell served refreshments. By MRS. ANNE CABOT Big 2-inch letters outlined In one color nd edeed with a darker shade makes a andiome, modern monogram design for uest towels, bath towels, luncheon «et«. carfs, handbag* and lingerie. The flow- ra entwinert on each letter are done in hree colon In either outline or satin tltch. Do them In bold colors for towel imbroldera—in past*)* for lingerie em- iroiderles. To obtain transfer for alphabet of lower garden monograms (Pattern No. 239) color chart for working, color com- ilnatimn and suggestions, send 15 cents In oin. plus 1 cent postage, your name, ad- rem and the pattern number to Anne ••abot. The Bakersfleld Californlan. 709 Ilsaion street, San Francisco I. GUNNER ON "VALKYRIE"— Sergeant Edward N. Fritz of Te- hachapl, as a gunner on the "gorgeous blonde" Marauder "Valkyrie," has completed 6- missions in tht European theater of operations. Kern Man Flies With "Blonde" Marauder Every now and then, six young men keep a date with a gorgeous blonde. They've been going together ever since they first met in the European theater of operations, and whenever that appointment is kept, the enemy somewhere takes a beating. This blonde, popularly known in the Silver Streaks group as "Valkyrie," is one of the Ninth Air Force's Maurauder bombers which have played a big role over the western front Armorer-gunner on "Valkyrie" is Staff Sergeant Edward N. Fritz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius J. Fritz, Tehachapi. Sergeant Fritz, formerly employed by the Vultee Aircraft Company in Downey, has piled up 62 combat missions over enemy territory. His bomber has soared through flak-filled skies over the continent, attacking enemy airdromes, rail roads, bridges, and now flies in sup port of the fast-moving ground forces advancing in the Reich, Don Derington Is New Leader of Hi-Y Club Don Derington will serve as president of the newly organized Hi-Y Club at McFarland High School this year following the recent election of club leaders. With Rex Bennett elected vice- president, and George McQueen chosen to serve as secretary and treasurer, the new club will have as Its faculty cponsor Huntloy Webb, t was reported by Principal L. A. Wiemerg. "GET ACQUAINTED" TEA HELD FELLOWS, Oct. 18.—A "get acquainted" tea was given by classes of Midway School for mothers at the school recently. The students were assisted by P. T. A. room mothers. LYONS ROOT BEER OW44. IYONS-MAONUS, INC. MADE FRESH DAILY N SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MONEY BACK GUARANTEE HOME Long Term—Monthly Payment LOANS We arrange "made-to-measure" loans on competitive terms and rates for buying your home, refinancing present loans, for repairs, or personal use. Get a "quick-action," low-cost home loan from ELMER F. KARPE 1517 Eighteenth Street Bakersfleld, California Dr. Lowenberg Will Speak at Taft P. T. A. Meeting TAKT. Oct. Is. --••Children in a Chunking World" will ho the subject 'if Dr. KirlKinl Lmvrnlierg when he appears lir-t'nro members of the Roosevelt P. T. A. nnd their guests at LMIO p. m. Thursday In the school auditorium. Doctor Lowenberg, currently on the staff at the Kern General'Hos- pital, is a specialist in neuropsychiatry nnd has written many gfte SafcersKelb Californ.an Wednesday, October 18, 1944 3 articlns in ' ,s fifld which havp bopn published i medical join mils includ- ! | infr 111" American .Medical .lonrtial, i 1 (Miinesp .Medical Association ami the ; j Johns Hopkins Hullo! in. | | Mrs. 1'Yanris StPinborK, president i pro.tern, is stressing the fact that j j this is imt a closed meeting but Is i | open to the public and slip is confi- I j drill that a Rival, many will takp ad- j i van la Kf of this opportunity to hear j | Doctor IjowonbrTR. Just a little a • • • but what t a difference ! Miss Vivian DePue Marries Air Cadet TAKT, Oct. IS. —Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Dcl'ue, of Si Mi Van Kuien street, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Vivian, to Aviation Cadet Lewis F. Spa now of Spring- Held, Ohio, on September 3(1, «t Phoenix. Mrs. Sparrow is a graduate of the Taft schools and before her :ntir- riaKc was employed in the office of the Pacific Clas and Klectric Company here. She will remain In Phoenix until her husband receives his commission in November, and then will go to Springfield, Ohio. P'roin Springfield, Mr. Sparrow will report to Luke Field for assignment, and Mrs. Sparrow will return to Taft. Mr. and Mrs. DePup accompanied their daughter to Phoenix for the wedding. Private Albert Harper Wounded in Europe Private First Class Albert M. Harper, has been wounded in Kuro(lean action, according to a report from the war department through Associated Press. His wife, Mrs. Ruby Harper, resides in Arvin. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel 111 at ease because of loose, wabbly false teeth. 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